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I tried, I promise you. I failed. ~George RR Martin on his attempt to publish Game of Thrones book 6 Winds of Winter before HBO season 6
NASA Engineer Who Became an Astronaut After 15 Rejections
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Why Big Ideas Happen In Your Late 30s
Late bloomer Anthony Bourdain was not successful until he was 44.
Ray Bradbury on Creative Purpose in the Face of Rejection
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Bill Simmons' Big Score: How the Sports Guy Built a New Kind of Media Empire
George R.R. Martin GRRM Rolling Stone Interview
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Pete Carroll and his defensive philosophy
We're a family of late bloomers. ~Easy A
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Age and the entrepreneur, part 1: Some data - pmarca *ARCHIVE*
The Extreme Existential Makeover
Buy Me Maybe: Can A Meme Sell Records? - Ashley Fetters - The Atlantic
Ali Tetrick Starnes
late bloomer, not a loser. (I hope) by Dave McClure
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